Beiblatt der Fliegenden Blätter, Nr. 2171, Zweites Blatt, LXXXVI. Band (86th volume);
München, den 6. March 1887
Translation: Soldiers and Veterans stein. Original beer stein in coloured earthenware, with the national colours of (the German flag) black, white and red.
Available with cash on delivery of 4.5 Marks, includes packing from J. Neumark, Weinstraße 18, Munich.
Krieger- und Veteranen-seidel
"Soldiers and Veterans stein"
Commissioned by L. Bauernfreund & Co.
Manufactured by Hauber & Reuther
Porcelain steins are rarely marked, so one can only assume that this porcelain artillery shell stein might come from the same manufacturer as the advertised stein.
Exactly as in the accompanying advertisement in coloured faience as an original beer stein, available with cash on delivery for 3.50 Marks, includes packaging from J. Neumark, Weinstraße 18, Munich.
Der Kamerun-Student / "The Cameroon Student" stein, mould #1005, ECS187.
Manufactured by Gebrüder Horn, in faience, the Cameroon Student originates from one of the then new German colonies in Africa, in this case in West Africa. The German Cameroons existed between 1884 to 1916. The student is depicted as belonging to a dueling fraternity, by evidence of the white scars.
Beiblatt der Fliegenden Blätter, Nr. 2237, Zweites Blatt, München, den 10. June 1888
Cameroon - Student
1/2 litre porcelain stein. probably decorated by August Saeltzer, with the body and lid possibly made by either Fritz Thenn & Co. or Heinrich Waffler II as they had high temperature ovens.
Most original beer stein with beautiful lithophane in genuine durable porcelain each 3.50 marks.
Includes packaging sent from Munich cash on delivery through
J. Neumark Glass & Porcelain Shop, Munich.
was found in the catalog as #2070 as desirable,
useful and available with stoneware body design
exactly like the accompanying advertisement at
7 Marks per piece,
includes packing and cash on delivery to be sent.
J. Neumark, Weinstraße 18, Munich,
Possibly a later version; ECS244, pictured immediately above, has the bustle fabricated from a smooth domed pewter cover and the parasol attached to the handle.
The Fashionable Lady stein, otherwise known as the "Lady with Bustle" by Hauber & Reuther.
The advertised model, ECS245, (top) has a fluted pewter lid to represent the top half of the bustle,
Beiblatt der Fliegenden Blätter, Nr. 2139, Zweites Blatt, LXXXV. Band (85th volume)
München, den 25. July 1886
Velocipede - Stein
1/2 litre stein (made) out of stoneware, figure and (rear) wheel (made) out of tin (pewter) (the latter movable) exactly like the adjacent advertisement
(and) available price each 7 marks.
Packing price 50 Pfennig per box through
J. Neumark, Munich, Weinstraße 18.
Penny-Farthing / High Wheeler bicycle - ECS460.
1/2 litre Cobalt blue, salt glaze stoneware sphere making up the drinking portion, with pewter components making up the lid / hinge,
rider and rear wheel assembly.